Opposition Leader Don Polye said today that of this K50 million would be used to establish its price stabilisation fund.
Mr Polye has promised a K500 million to revive all the vocational colleges around the country to skill the youths.
According to Polye, National Agriculture and Research Institute and other similar institutions will be resourced to support the agriculture sector with science, research and technology.
He said he had earlier promised K2.26 billion for agriculture and livestock sectors.
The break-up is as follows:
1. Autonomous Region of Bougainville will get K500 million for cocoa and copra, and their stabilisation funds;
2.East New Britain will receive K500 million for cocoa and copra, and their stabilisation fund;
3. K200 million for livestock;
4.K200 for vegetable import substitution;
5. K250 million for oil palm in Markham valley and;
6. Upper and lower Highland regions will get K700 million for coffee.
"Prime Minister and my other critics may ask me where will I get K2.26 billion to fund this project?
"Well, I will sell off the state's 10.1 per cent share in Oil Search Limited and, abolish five departments and the chief secretary's position to save over K4 billion to fund these program," he told a cheering crowd.
He stated that fighting corruption would also play a major role in recouping that K4 billion via proceeds of crime.
Polye further said his key focus would be on agriculture and human development.
He stated said he would simultaneously skill the majority of the youths with technical know-how to earn a living, adding the agriculture sector will absorb the graduates for employment.
"Our youths will no longer be job seekers like you see today. Looking for jobs will be a thing of the past. You must trust me on this. I will provide many opportunities for them," he said.
Meanwhile, the Opposition Leader Don Polye is in West New Britain to continue his campaign trail.
He was welcomed on arrival at the Hoskins Airport this morning (24/05/17), following the completion of his campaign trail in the Eastern Highlands last week.
He was earlier in Autonomous Region of Bougainville, Sandaun, Morobe and East New Britain province.
Polye was adorned with local traditional attire fitting for a chief.
He will officially announce the endorsement of his candidates and launch their election campaign.
THE party candidates in WNB are:
- John Pakua Ngawa - Talases Open;
- Walter Lunga - Kandrian-Gloucester Open and;
- William Gare - WNB Regional.
He was initiated as the first-born son of Bola tribe in Talasea LLG of WNB.
|PNG Opposition Leader Don Polye being adorned by Clemencia Mova with a traditional head dress made of dog teeth on arrival this morning at Hoskins Airport in West New Britain.|
|Don Polye being adorned by Clemencia Mova with a traditional head dress made of dog teeth on arrival this morning at Hoskins Airport in West New Britain Province.|
|Luke Vucko initiating Opposition Leader Don Polye as the first-born son of Bola tribe at Lucas Waka primary school at Talasea LLG of West New Britain Province.|
|Luke Vucko shaking hands after initiating Opposition Leader Don Polye as the first-born son of Bola tribe at Lucas Waka primary school at Talasea LLG of West New Britain Province.|
|Polye with his candidates John Pakua Ngawa and William Bill Gare being led into the stage at Lucas Primary School in Talasea LLG of WNB.|
Photos: PNG Opposition Media Unit.